April 27, 2012 Subject:
Great scan, but we need the rest of the book!
This is the first chapter of Haas's Tunica Grammar, a very detailed descriptive grammar of the Tunica language once spoken in Louisiana. The scan is high quality and searchable. The Tunica Biloxi tribe is in the process of revitalizing their language, and while we do own a hard copy of the grammar,the example Tunica sentences are hard to navigate in the non-searchable print copy.
If you do scan and upload the rest of the book (since it is now in public domain), please let us know. The searchability would be a great asset to our project!
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April 26, 2012 Subject:
Ways to get a hard copy of Haas's Tunica grammar
Looking at Open Library, I found a few places you might be able to get a hard copy through interlibrary loan: